Brahmastra Part 1: Shiva’ earns Rs 75 crore worldwide


It took so long. It was such a crazy investment of time that, in a way, it obliterated who I was. It has been 10 years since my last film. I have forgotten who I was as a person before. This is one of the longer pregnancies that a director can have with a movie. I will understand a lot once we deliver the project. But this was the kind of project that needed time.

Ayan Mukerji

#Bhramastra is by far the best indian film made so far. Amazing vfx, great story line, good performances and ample high points in the film which keeps u on hook. Wow what an experience it is. Background score is the best part of the film! @DharmaMovies @ipritamofficial @aliaa08

Meera Chopra


The film student in me needs to watch BHRAMASTRA again! The action, the grading, the BGM , the VFX, the sound design uff … Absolutely incredible work !! Too good. Thoroughly enjoyed this one. My congrats to the team !

Hrithik Roshan

After reports claimed Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt’s film caused multi-crore loss to theatre chain PVR, CEO Kamal Gianchandani took to Twitter to set the record straight. He dismissed the report as “false” and “negative” in a series of tweets and stated said that ‘Brahmastra’ has been doing exceptionally well in the PVR theatres and the audience seems to be enjoying the film.
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Brahmastra opened to much hype and anticipation on Friday and had a record-breaking start at the ticket windows. According to director Ayan Mukerji, the film earned an estimated Rs 75 crore gross on its first day at the worldwide box office.

Source: TOI